Latest Privacy mode Stories
idcloak Technologies discovers stranger chat video services leave teens vulnerable to sexual predators and child pornography collectors. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April
idcloak’s latest article highlights how Chrome’s private browsing function offers only partial privacy and an additional service is recommended to make it whole. Dallas,
idcoak shows how to delete Flash cookies for all browsers in its newly updated privacy protection article, before giving valuable advice on IP anonymity. Dallas,
The new private web browsing tool at idcloak.com allows users to access sites without leaving any record of that visit, be it with the site itself or any party in between. Dallas,
idcloak publishes a new article detailing how the privacy capabilities of Internet Explorer’s In Private Browsing feature is often misunderstood.
idcloak rereleases their educational article – How to Browse in Private – to help support the renewed demand for web anonymity following the recent state surveillance controversies.
idcloak's newly released U.S. web proxy prevents websites and NSA surveillance from tracking or monitoring a user online.
idcloak's new US web proxy prevents user footprints appearing on the net, This makes it the perfect partner for private browsing features on modern browsers, which remove digital footprints
idcloak releases its free web proxy, an anti-surveillance tool that allows Americans to browse online safe from NSA surveillance. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) June
idcloak Technologies Inc. presents a five step strategy for staying private on the web.
Google Chrome is a freeware web browser that was released as a beta version for Microsoft Windows on September 2, 2008, and fully released on December 11, 2008 as a standalone. As of November 2012, usage share is 35 percent worldwide. A mobile version for Android was released on November 28, 2012. When Google first thought of developing a web browser, chairman Eric Schmidt opposed, but after hiring several developers from Mozilla who built and demonstrated Chrome, he changed his mind....